Writer's Blocks Will Save You Time, Make You More Productive, and Enhance your Creativity

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Download the fully functional free trial version of Writer's Blocks and try it on your writing project. Write, Save, Print and Export

 

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Requires Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP


 

Trial FAQs

 

Does Writer's Blocks run under Windows 8, Windows 7, and Windows Vista?

Writer's Blocks 4 was written to install and run under Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP. The new version is a digitally signed program that is compatible with the Windows 7 and Windows Vista User Account Control systems.
Click here for installation instructions.

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Are there any limits to the functionality of the trial version?

The trial version of Writer’s Blocks 4 is fully functional and identical to the full version of the program except that the trial version expires and stops functioning 14 days after installation. During your trial you can export your document to several popular file formats.

When the trial version expires any files you have created will remain on your computer and are unchanged. You will be able to open all of your files with the full version of Writer's Blocks.

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What happens to my files when the trial expires?

When the trial version expires any files you have created will remain on your computer and are unchanged. You will be able to open all of your files with the full version of Writer's Blocks.

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Is there a manual or tutorial that comes with the trial?

The trial version of Writer's Blocks includes a PDF version of the Writer's Blocks User Guide. Several sample files are installed with Writer's Blocks including a document titled TUTORIAL.WBK which contains a step-by-step tutorial to help you get started and teach you the Writer's Blocks basics.

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Does the trial version run on a Mac?

Writer’s Blocks 4 only runs on computers running the Windows operating system. Writer's Blocks runs under Windows Vista, XP, 2000, and 98. We have no plans to develop Writer's Blocks for any other operating systems.

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